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This grand square features a splendid fountain, erected during the heyday of the Spanish Inquisition, which features sixteen statues that are nudes of nymphs, humans, mermaids and satyrs; truly a surprise that this type of art was permitted during...more
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This is a lovely fountain with a superb set of sculptures around it - look to be signs of the Zodiac or similar. Difficult to get a good photo of it due to the fact that the side closest to the road is at a...More
This Plaza is bordered by three buildings - Church of St Catherine, Praetorian palace now the city hall and two baronial Palazzo. The fourth side has stairs to another street. In the center is a large fountain sometimes referred to as the Fountain of Shame....More
We came upon this by chance and were so amazed at the site. The whole area is stunning. We spent quite awhile here taking it all in . It had been built in the 1500’s in Florence and then brought to Sicily .
Large fountain and area used for sitting located almost in the centre of Palermo. Surrounded on three sides by buildings the open side oepns onto the main street. Dates back to the 16th Century the statues are all nude surrounding the fountain